Chapter 16.36 RCW


QuarantineHold order.
Powers of director.
Recovery of costs.
RulesPreventionInspections and testsReportable diseaseFederal regulations.
Transporting of animalsRequirementsVehicle inspectionAuthorization by director or appointed officers.
Unlawful actionsImportationRequired certificatesIntentional or willful misconduct.
Tests, examinations, inspections, samples, examine and copy recordsEntry onto propertyUnlawful conductSeizure of propertySearch warrant.
Danger of infectionEmergencies.
Veterinarians and others to report diseasesDirector's dutiesUnlawful importation.
Infected or exposed animalsUnlawful to transfer or expose other animals.
Duty to report infection or exposure to diseaseUnlawful conduct.
Negligence of owner of infected livestockLiability.
Destruction of diseased or quarantined animals.
Destruction of animalsPayment of indemnity.
Quarantine, hold order, or destruct orderWritten request for hearing.
Cooperation with other governmental agencies.
Duty to bury carcass of diseased livestockDead livestock presumed diseased.
Swine, garbage feeding, licenseApplicationFeeInspection.
Violations, gross misdemeanorInjunctionDenial, revocation, or suspension of license.
Violations of chapter or rulesCivil penaltyMoneys collectedTime and mileage fee.
Civil infractionLive nonambulatory livestockMonetary penaltyAuthorization by directorIssuance of noticesEnforcement.
Application of Title 77 RCW.
Bringing an animal into the stateSecuring a certificate of veterinary inspection requiredExemptionsDirector's authorityRules.
Animal disease traceability activities for cattleFeePenalty.
Activity report and financial statementAnimal disease traceability activities.
Implied warranty not applying to livestock as free from disease: RCW 62A.2-316.
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